A new joint industry white paper has said that an increase in electric vehicle sales will help to significantly balance grid supply and demand in the future.
National Grid’s latest Future Energy Scenarios (FES) outline is predicting that 80% of households with an electric vehicle will use smart charging to help balance electricity demand.
More electric vehicles (EVs) and smart chargers could have saved the National Grid up to £133 million during the lockdown period, according to members of the Flexibility First Forum.
A project aiming to revolutionise the way energy is generated, stored, shared and consumed is under way in West Sussex.
High-tech mobility innovator Lightyear and Royal DSM are working together to accelerate the production of a solar-powered roof for the electric vehicle market.